Dryland rice/Upland rice

Fragile lives in fragile ecosystemsIRRI-lnternational Rice Research Institute (1995) Fragile Lives in Fragile Ecosystems. Proceedings of the International Rice Research Conference, 13-17 Feb 1995. P.O. Box 933, Manila, Philippines. 976 p. (book in pdf format of 1 document)

Contents

Section: Emerging Socioeconomic Issues in Rice Production 1

Sustaining food security for fragile environments in Asia: achievements. 3

M. HOSSAIN

GATT and rice: do we have our research priorities right? 25

P. L. PINGALI

Trends in rice supply and demand in India  Challenges and implications for rice research 3

P. KUMAR AND M. W. ROSEGRANT

Rice, rice and beyond: understanding fragile lives in fragile lands 55

G. T. CASTILLO

Natural resource and environmental consequences of rice production 83

P. CROSSON

Confronting uncertainty in rainfed rice farming: research challenges 101

J.R. ANDERSON

Section: Risk, Risk Management, and Technology Adoption 109

Risks, rainfed rice technologies, and farm-level ex-ante adoption patterns in a marginal environment: savanna agro-ecological zone of Cote d’lvoire 111

A.A. ADESINA AND A.D. OUATTARA

Selection of appropriate technologies for upland rainfed rice growing on the Bihar plateau, India 127

D. K. BAGCHI, P. BANIK, AND T. SASMA

Risk management by rainfed lowland rice farmers in eastern India 135

H. N. SINGH, J. N. SINGH, AND R. K. SINGH

Farmers’ strategies for minimizing risk in rainfed lowland rice farming 149

B. CHANDRA

Section:  System Sustainability 159

Carbon and nutrient pools in rice cropping systems 161

G. BLAIR, R. LEFROY, YOTHIN KONBOON, SODCHOL WONPRASAID, AND KUNNIKA NAKLANG

Evaluation of environmentally friendly fertilizer management for rainfed lowland rice on tribal farmers’ fields in India 173

SY. DAFTARDAR AND N. K. SAVANT

Rainwater management for drought alleviation: opportunities and options

for sustainable growth in agricultural productivity 187

A. R. PAL AND S. I. BHUIYAN

Methane emissions from rainfed rice fields 217

R. WASSMANN, H. U. NEUE, R. S. LANTIN, M. J. JAVELLANA, R. DIEGO,

V.E. LIGNES, H. HOFFMANN, H. PAPEN, AND H. RENNENBERG

Section:  Specific Management Techniques and Research Tools 227

Innovative nitrogen management strategies for lowland rice systems 229

bSINGH, K. G. CASSMAN, J. K. LADHA, AND K. F. BRONSON

Comparative efficiency of green manure and urea-N as affected by water deficit in lowland rice 255

K. V. RAO, D. K. KUNDU, K. SUREKHA, AND G. GANDHI

Nutrient management in the rainfed lowland rice environment of Laos 267

PHOUDALAY LATHVILAYVONG, J.M. SCHILLER, TY PHOMMASACK,

Potassium requirements in rainfed Iowland rice soils of Bangladesh 279

M. A. SALEQUE, N. I. BHUIYAN, AND P. K. SAHA

Granulated rock phosphate: an effective source of phosphate for lowland rice production in Cambodia 289

V. SENG, P.F. WHITE, H.J. NESBITT, C. ROS, AND S. PHEAV AND TAWEE KUPKANCHANAKUL

Management of rainfed wetland with iron toxicity problem for rice production in Indonesia 299

SARWANI, A. JUMBERI, AND A. NOOR

Rice soil constraints and fertility management in the highlands of Madagascar 313

V. BALASUMBRAMANIAN, R. RABESON, L. RAZAFINJARA, AND J. RATSIMANDRESY

Nutrient recycling and soil management in diversified lowland rice-based cropping systems 325

S. P. PALANIAPPAN AND K. SIDDESWARAN

Removal of plant-essential elements by high-yielding temperate rice crops 335

G. D. BATTEN, K. M. MARR, AND A. B. BLAKENEY

Dynamic soil tests for rice 343

A. DOBERMANN, K. G. CASSMAN, P. C. STA. CRUZ, H. U. NEUE, E. O. SKOGLEY, M. F. PAMPOLINO, AND M. A. ADVIENTO

Section: Options for Risk and Drudgery Reduction 367

Fragile ecosystems: fragile for rice cultivation? 369

A.S.R. PRASAD, G.S.V. PRASAD, AND K. MURALIDHARAN

Weed management strategies aimed at reducing labor for upland rice production 395

W. RODER, S. PHENGCHANH, S. MANIPHONE, K. SONGHIKONGSUATHOR, AND B. KEOBOLUAPHA

Improvement of gogorancah rice production system and introduction of dry-seedbed nursery system on rainfed lowlands 407

SUYAMTO AND M. ANWARI

Effect of stubble treatment on performance of ratoon rice 421

B. DOUTHWAITE, C.J. M. TADO, A.N. CALENDACION, L.J. WADE, K.G. CASSMAN,

AND G.R. QUICK

Section: Intensification, Diversification, and System Flexibility 437

Prospects of pulse crops in the rice-based cropping system in Bangladesh 439

M.M. RAHMAN, M.A. AZIZ, M.A. MUSA, AND J. KUMAR

Alley cropping in sloping upland rice areas of Cavite, Philippines 451

R.V. LABIOS, J. G. MONTESUR, AND R.O. RETALES

Strengthening food production: an urgent measure in upland rice ecosystems

of the mountainous ethnic regions of Vietnam 459

HA MINH TRUNG, LE VAN THUYET, TRAN HUY THO, AND NGUYEN THIENG

Potential of MV boro-deepwater cropping pattern for flood-prone ecosystems

of Bangladesh 467

M. DEY, M. HOSSAIN, AND M.L. BOSE

Section: Understanding Variable Environments and Quantifying Crop Response to Stress 479

Integration of different levels of rice ecosystems analysis 481

V.P. SlNGH AND A.N. SlNGH

Quantifying lowland rice responses to soil-water deficit 507

A.K. SINGH, T.P. TUONG, M.C.S. WOPEREIS, A. BOLING, AND M.J. KROPFF

Examining genotypic variation in root traits for drought resistance 521

B.K. SAMSON, L. J. WADE, S. SARKARUNG, M. HASA N, R. AMIN, D. HARNPICHIVITAYA, G. PANTUWAN, R. RODRIGUEZ, T. SIGARI, AND A. CALENDACION

Section:  Pest Management 535

Rice pests of shifting cultivation in Côte d’lvoire, West Africa 537

E.A. HEINRICHS, D.E. JOHNSON, J.K. AFUN, AND D.J. ROBISON

Pests and pest losses as related to production situations in farmers’ fields in rainfed lowland rice areas of Southeast Asia 555

H.O. PINNSCHMIDT, N.D. LONG, P. MEKWATANAKARN, V. CHAMARERK, S. KHUMMA, T. T. VIET,

L.D. DON, S. ABRINA, F. DELA PEÑA, N. CABULISAN, AND P.S. TENG

Rice crop compensation for stem borer injury 587

E. G. RUBIA, K. L. HEONG, M. ZALUCKI, B. GONZALES, AND G. A. NORTON

Management strategies for insect pests and diseases affecting semi-irrigated rice: focus on the whitebacked planthopper 593

ZENG-RONG ZHU, JIAAN CHENG, AND HONG-YE LI

Section: Modeling Rainfed Rice 613

Challenges and advances in simulation modeling of rainfed lowland rice systems 615

M. C. S. WOPEREIS, T. P. TUONG, AND M. J. KROPFF

Addressing sustainability of rice-wheat systems: testing and application of CERES and SUCROS models 633 J. TIMSINA, U. SINGH, Y. SINGH, AND F. P. LANSIGAN

Simulation modeling to quantify the effect of drought for rainfed lowland rice in Northeast Thailand 657

SHU FUKAI, SATIT RAJATSASEREEKUL, HATSACHAI BOONJUNG, AND EKASITH SKULKHU

Water management in winter rice through agronomic manipulations under highly flood-prone conditions in Bangladesh: a simulation study 675

M. U. SALAM, S. M. A. HOSSAIN, AND M. A. KASHEM

Spatial modeling of soil fertility—a case study in Nueva Ecija province, Philippines 689

T. OBERTHÜR, A. DOBERMANN, AND H. U. NEUE

Section: Novel Breeding Strategies for Rainfed Rice 707

Breeding strategies for rainfed lowland ecosystem 709

SURAPONG SARKARUNG, O. N. SINGH, J. K. ROY, APICHART VANAVICHIT, AND PANATDA BHEKASUT

Strategies for improving productivity of upland rice on acid soils in humid climate of Indonesia 721

R. E. SOENARJO AND Z. LAMID

Rice breeding research strategy in the Mekong Delta 739

BUl CHI BUU, NGUYEN THI LANG, PHUNG BA TAO, AND NGUYEN DUY BAY

New rice varieties for the highlands of Madagascar: a tool for improving the productivity and income in rice-based farming systems 757

X. RAKOTONJANAHARY

Varietal improvement strategies for the rainfed lowland environment of the Lao PDR: 1995-2000 767

PHOUMI INTHAPANYA, J. M. SCHILLER, SURAPONG SARKARUNG,

Evaluation of a glasshouse screening method to select for drought resistance in rainfed lowland rice 783

TAWEE KUPKANCHANAKUL, AND VIRAVANH PHANNOURATH

S.A. HENDERSON, V. KAMBOONRUANG, AND M. COOPER

Screening of rice cultivars for tolerance to preharvest sprouting 807

D. S. DE Z. ABEYSIRIWARDENA, R. P. EDMOND, AND S. G. J. N. SENANAYAKE

Prioritization and development of breeding strategies for rainfed lowlands: a critical appraisal 817

R. THAKUR

Farmer participatory research for the selection of rainfed rice cultivars 825

A. JOSHI AND J. R. WITCOMBE

Use of near infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) for estimation of total non-structural carbohydrates in rice plants: a new tool in screening for submergence tolerance 843

P. THONGBAI, M. KONGCHUM, D. W. PUCKRIDGE, T. L. SETTER, A. CONOCONO, G. D. BATTEN, AND N. SUPAPOJ

Conventional and innovative strategy of rice breeding for rainfed lowlands of Cambodia 855

O. MAKARA, R. C. CHAUDHARY, AND E. L. JAVlER

New plant types for deepwater rice aimed at optimizing tillering characteristics 865

A. M. MAZAREDO, E. V. LAURELES, AND T. L. SETTER

Improvement of rice genotypes for tidal wetlands: an alternative strategy 877

M. A. SALAM AND G. M. PANAULIAH

Genotype × environment interaction and selection methods for identifying improved rainfed lowland rice genotypes 885

L. J. WADE, S. SARKARUNG, C. G. MCLAREN, A. GUHEY, B. QUADER, C. BOONWITE, S. T. AMARANTE, A. K. SARAWGI, A. HAQUE, D. HARNPICHITVITAYA, A. PAMPLONA,AND M. C. BHAMRI

Wide hybridization for enhancing resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses in rainfed lowland rice 901

D. S. BRAR AND G. S. KHUSH

Studies on the alterations of Pdc gene expression in transgenic rice 911

A. GROVER, M. A. HOSSAIN, M. E. HUQ, J. D. MCGEE, W. J. PEACOCK, E. S. DENNIS, AND T. K. HODGES

Genetic analysis of rice varietal ability to stimulate associative N 2 , fixation using 15 N-dilution method and RFLP markers 923

P. WU, G. ZHANG, J. K. LADHA, N. HUANG. AND S. R. MCCOUCH

Molecular tagging of gall midge resistance genes in rice 935

S. K. KATIYAR, Y. TAN, Y. ZHANG, B. HUANG, Y. Xu, L. ZHAO, N. HUANG, G. S. KHUSH, AND J. BENNETT

DNA marker-assisted breeding for disease resistance in rice 949

S. HITTALMANI, T. MEW, G. S. KHUSH, AND N. HUANG

RFLP mapping of genes controlling yield components and plant height in an indica × japonica DH population of rice 963

B. COURTOIS, N. HUANG, AND E. GUIDERDONI

Ant-eating spiders in a slash and burn rice ecosystem Barrion, A.T. and J.A. Litsinger. 1992. Three new ant-eating spiders (Araneae: Zodariidae) from upland ricefields in the Philippines. Asia Life Sciences 1:45-60. J43

Dryland rice spiders Barrion, A.T. and J.A. Litsinger. 1981. The spider fauna of Philippine rice agroecosystems. I. Dryland. Philippine Entomologist 5:139-166. J14

Seedling maggot cultural control  Litsinger, J.A., Libetario, E.M., and Barrion, A.T. 2003. Early planting and overseeding in the cultural control of rice seedling maggot Atherigona oryzae Malloch in the Philippines. International Journal of Pest Management 49: 57-69. J71

Population dynamics of white grubs Litsinger, J.A., E.M. Libetario, E.M., and A.T. Barrion, A.T. 2002. Population dynamics of white grubs in the upland rice and maize environment of Northern Mindanao, Philippines. International Journal of Pest Management 48:239-260. J68

Dryland Rice Insect Pests  Litsinger, J.A., Libetario, E.M., Barrion, A.T., and Apostol, R.P. 2009. Comparison of insect pest complexes in different Philippine dryland rice environments: population densities, yield loss, and management. International Journal of Pest Management 55:129—149. J82

White grub pest status and control Litsinger, J.A., R.F. Apostol, and M.B. Obusan. 1983. White grub, Leucopholis irrorata (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): pest status, population dynamics, and chemical control in a rice-maize cropping pattern in the Philippines. J. Econ. Entomol. 76:1133-1138.

White grub chemical control Apostol, R.F. and J.A. Litsinger. 1976. White grub control in an upland rice-corn cropping pattern. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 1(1): 23. N3

Nomenclature rice mealybug  Barrion, A.T. and J.A. Litsinger. 1978. Brevennia rehi (Lindinger) is the valid name for rice mealybug. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 3(5): 15. N5

Ants as predators of leaffolder  Barrion, A.T. and J.A. Litsinger. 1980. Ants – a natural enemy of Cnaphalocrocis medinalis larvae in dryland rice. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 5(4): 22-23. N19

Rain as a mortality factor to rice thrips  Barrion, A.T. and J.A. Litsinger. 1986. Effect of heavy rains on rice thrips. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 11(4):31. N73

Flea beetle pest of dryland rice  Barrion, A.T. and J.A. Litsinger. 1986. Flea beetle Chaetocnema basalis (Baly) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), a pest of slash-and –burn upland rice in the Philippines. 11(4):31-33. N74

Earwig predator of pink stemborer  Barrion, A.T., E.M. Libetario, and J.A. Litsinger. 1987. An earwig predator of Asian pink stem borer (PSB) in upland rice. Int. Rice Res. Newsl. 12(1): 19a. N86

Slash-and-burn rice in the Amazon  Litsinger, J.A., Ayala, E., and Cruz, D. 1994. Slash-and-burn upland rice production in Bolivia’s chapare region. Int. Rice Res. Notes 19 (1): 25-26. N115

Traditional methods Fujisaka S, Dapusala A, Jayson E. 1989. Hail Mary, kill the cat: A case of the traditional upland crop pest control in the Philippines. Philippine Quarterly of Culture & Society 17: 202-211. R24

Upland rice insect pests Litsinger, J.A., A.T. Barrion, and Dandi Soekarna. 1987. Upland rice insect pests: their ecology, importance, and control. IRRI Research Paper Series No. 123. 41 p. R11

Diagnostic survey upland rice Fujisaka, S., G. Kirk, J.A. Litsinger, K. Moody, Nasrul Hosen, Adly Yusef, Firdos Nurdin, Tasmin Naim, Farida Artati, Abdul Aziz, Winardi Kahatib, and Yustisia. 1991. Wild pigs, poor soils, and upland rice: a diagnostic survey of Sitiung, Sumatra, Indonesia. IRRI Research Paper Series No. 155. 9 p. R13

IRRN 1976 1 (2) 15Sen P, Chakravorty S. 1976. Stem flies in Haringhata, Nadia, West Bengal, India International Rice Research Newsletter 1 (2) 15.

IRRN 1978 3 (4) 19Chatterjee PB. 1978. Retention of aldrin in soil. International Rice Research Newsletter 3 (4) 19.

IRRN 1979 4 (2) 16-17Hale PR. 1979. Two subterranean pests of upland rice in Papua New Guinea. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (2) 16-17.

IRRN 1979 4 (3) 21aChatterjee PB. 1979. Rice leaf folder attacks in India. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (3) 21a.

IRRN 1979 4 (4) 18 ChandraFerreira E, JF da S. Martins, S Selveira Neto. 1979. Occurrence of Sogatodes oryzicola (Muir) in upland rice in Goias, Brazil. International Rice Research Newsletter 4 (4) 18.

IRRN 1981 6 (1) 15aShang CC, F Chiu. 1981. Studies on a new insecticide of a novel class of chemical thiocyclam hydrogen oxalate for the control of rice insects. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (1) 15a.

IRRN 1981 6 (3) 15Ene JC, A Hamid. 1981. Dimorphopterus similis Slater (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae: Blissinae), a new rice pest from Nigeria. International Rice Research Newsletter 6 (3) 15.

IRRN 1982 7 (1) 11-12Garg DK, JP Tandon. 1982. Major insect pests of rice on hilly tracts of Uttar Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 7 (1) 11-12.

IRRN 1983 8 (1) 16-17Shahjahan M, MS Alam, M Ahmad, BN Islam. 1983. A new scarab beetle pest of dryland rice in Bangladesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (1) 16-17.

IRRN 1983 8 (4) 16-17Garg DK, NK Shah. 1983. White grub outbreak on rainfed dryland rice in Uttar Pradesh. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (4) 16-17.

IRRN 1983 8 (5) 18 Ho DT, JG Kibuka. 1983. Stem borers in various rice ecosystems in Kenya. International Rice Research Newsletter 8 (5) 18.

IRRN 1985 10 (1) 24aSharma S. 1985. Scarab beetle outbreak in upland rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (1) 24a.

IRRN 1985 10 (2) 17a Garg DK. 1985. A new record of rice shoot fly in the northwestern hills of India. International Rice Research Newsletter 10 (2) 17a.

IRRN 1986 11 (4) 36-37Shah NK.1986. Black beetle — a serious rice pest in western Himalayas. International Rice Research Newsletter 11 (4) 36-37.

IRRN 1987 12 (2) 19bVelusamy R, GA Palanisamy, K Natarajamoorthy. 1987. Hill rice resistance to leafhoppers and planthoppers in Tamil Nadu. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (2) 19b.

IRRN 1987 12 (5) 11-12Saroja R, R Jagannathan, N Raju. 1987. Effect of N nutrition and rice variety on leaffolder, yellow stem borer, and grain yield. International Rice Research Newsletter 12 (5) 11-12.

IRRN 1988 13 (2) 23-24Garg DK. 1988. Host range and overwintering of rice pink stem borer in a hilly region of India. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (2) 23-24.

IRRN 1988 13 (3) 40Singh R. 1988. Effect of prevailing temperature and humidity on rice armyworm reproduction during upland crop season. International Rice Research Newsletter 13 (3) 40.

IRRN 1989 14 (1) 11Taylor DR. 1989. Resistance of upland rice varieties to pale yellow mottle virus disease in Sierra Leone. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (1) 11.

IRRN 1989 14 (1) 30-31Alam MS, JA Lowe. 1989. Incidence of two grain suckers in irrigated and upland rice. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (1) 30-31.

IRRN 1989 14 (2) 38Pabbage MS. 1989. White stem borer effect on upland yield. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (2) 38.

IRRN 1991 16 (1) 21-22Castano J, K Klap, Z Zaini. 1991. Etiology of grain discoloration in upland rice in West Sumatra. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (1) 21-22.

IRRN 1991 16 (2) 15Variar M, JS Chauhan, D Maiti, VS Chauhan. 1991. Variations in termite susceptibility in rice varieties. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (2) 15.

IRRN 1991 16 (3) 23aGupta MK. 1991. Rice whorl maggot incidence in Assam. International Rice Research Newsletter 16 (3) 23a.

IRRN 1992 17 (6) 25-26Sachan SK. 1992. Rice leaffolder outbreak in valleys of Uttar Pradesh, India. International Rice Research Newsletter 17 (6) 25-26.

IRRN 1994 19 (4) 22-23Emosairue SO, EJ Usua. 1994. Prevalent insect pests of upland rice and some associated natural enemies in southeastern Nigeria. International Rice Research Notes 19 (4) 22-23.

IRRN 1996 21 (2) 78D Link, JG Naibo, JP Pelentir. 1996. Hibernation sites of the rice stalk stink bug Tibraca limbatiwentris in the central region of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. International Rice Research Notes 21 (2) 78.

IRRN 2005 30 (1) 24-25GO Amaugo, SO Emosairue, M Okpara. 2005. Effect of neem seed kernel extracts on stem borer damage and yield of upland rice in southeastern Nigeria. International Rice Research Notes 30 (1) 24-25.

IRRN 2007 32 (2) 37-38RK Singh, NP Mandal, CV Singh. 2007. Effects of applying all or individual management components on rice yield in rainfed uplands. International Rice Research Notes 32 (2) 37-38.

Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). 1976. Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc. (book by chapter)

Title pages v 21Title page, preface, table of contents

Author Index v 21Author Index. Pages 415-429.

Subject Index v 21Subject Index. Pages 430-443.

Chapter 1 SmithChapter 1. Edward H. Smith. 1976. The Comstocks and Cornell: in the people’s service. Pages 1-25. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 2 RuesinkChapter 2. William G. Ruesink. 1976. Status of the systems approach to pest management. Pages 27-44. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 3 NorgaardChapter 3. Richard B. Norgaard. 1976. The economics of improving pesticide usage. Pages 45-60. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 4 ZabikChapter 4. Matthew J. Zabik, Richard A. Leavitt, George C. C. Su. 1976. Photochemistry of bioactive compounds: a review of pesticide photochemistry. Pages 61-79. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 5 TauberChapter 5. Maurice J. Tauber, Catherine A. Tauber. 1976. Insect seasonality: diapause maintenance, termination, and postdiapause development. Pages 81-107. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 6 VinsonChapter 6. S. Bradleigh Vinson. Host selection by insect parasitoids. Pages 109-133. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 7 HynesChapter 7. H. B. N. Hynes. 1976. Biology of Plecoptera. Pages 135-153. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 8 SteelmanChapter 8. C. Dayton Steelman. 1976. Effects of external and internal arthropod parasites on   domestic livestock production. Pages 155-178. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 9 PlappChapter 9. Frederick W. Plapp. 1976. Biochemical genetics of insecticide resistance. Pages 179-197. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 10 LeopoldChapter 10. Roger A. Leopold. 1976. The role of male accessory glands in insect reproduction. Pages 199-221. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 11 BollerChapter 11. E. F. Boller, R. J. Prokopy. 1976. Bionomics and management of Rhagoletis. Pages 223-246. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 12 TurnipseedChapter 12. Sam G. Turnipseed, Marcos Kogan. 1976. Soybean entomology. Pages 247-282. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 13 BurkeChapter 13. Horace R. Burke. 1976. Bionomics of the Anthonomine weevils. Pages 283-303. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 14 FalconChapter 14. Louis A. Falcon. 1976. Problems associated with the use of arthropod viruses in pest control. Pages 305-324. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 15 GoedenChapter 15. Richard D. Goeden, Svata M. Louda. 1976. Biotic interference with insects imported for weed control. Pages 325-342. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 16 ClausenChapter 16. C. P. Clausen. 1976. Phoresy among entomophagous insects. Pages 343-368. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 17 MackauerChapter 17. M. Mackauer. 1976. Genetic problems in the production of biological control agents. Pages 369-385. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

Chapter 18 NeumannChapter 18. Dietrich Neumann. 1976. Adaptations of chironomids to intertidal environments. Pages 387-414. In: Ray F. Smith, Thomas E. Mittler, Carroll N. Smith (editors). Annual Review of Entomology. Volume 21, 443 pages. Palo Alto, California: Annual Reviews Inc.

 

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